Happy Hump day Everyone!
Well what's left of it right?
So I saw the Challenge posted today over at Cooking With Cricut to use a Sailboat and I thought if I had time today I would play along!
Well, cleaning my craftroom this afternoon I had some time so I made this card for the challenge.
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Recipe:
Cartridge- Gypsy Wanderings

Cardstock- Recollections and Stampin Up Night of Navy Patterned paper

Stamps & ink- Paper trey ink "Everyday Button Bits" and Memento Tuxedo Black ink

Embellishments- Sakura white gel pen, Trendy Twine (Blue),  Red Baker's Twine, and blue button from stash, Cuttlebug embossing folders Swiss dots and Dots.

Thanks for Looking and don't forget to stop by the Challenge over at Cooking With Cricut!
Have a wonderfully Crafty Day/Evening!


12 comments:

Kristie said...

I love what you did with the twine!! Way to go getting a challenge done the same day it's posted!

Adrian said...

Very cute card!

girlia said...

I absolutely adore this little sailboat. Great card.

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

Kimberly, this is so cute! I love the blue on the kraft and how you did the twine! Thanks for joining us this week at Cooking With Cricut. :)

Stacey
staceyscreativecorner.blogspot.com

Nicole said...

Very cute! Love the twine and the embossing.

jo said...

Fabulous! Love your use of the twine!

Tina said...

Love the use of twine!! Great embossing too!
New follower!
Tina
www.myhoppyplace.blogspot.com

Cricutjunkie said...

Nice Card, great choice of color. TFS Traci

Karen said...

Hi Kimberly amazing use of the baker's twine
Karen
www.littlescrappieces.blogspot.com

Jen said...

Great card, Kimberly! Love the kraft/white/navy blue combo! Thanks for linking up at Cooking With Cricut this week.

~ Jen, CWC Design Team
www.gator-4-life.blogspot.com

Crafting Misfit said...

I love your embossing and use of minimal color. It is fabulous!

Rebecca "Crafting Misfit"
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Jean said...

Great card. Love the embossing and that sailboat cut. Thanks for playing along with us at Cooking with Cricut.